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this is daca weekend. it is sunday, 20 -- february 25. >> it is a little chilly out there. we are watching for ice raids. >> the race could happen within the next 24 hours. students will be allowed back on campus for the first time today. more on their orientation being held at the school and when officials say classes will begin again. thousands of people filled the streets of san francisco for the chinese new year's parade. it did not disappoint. >> such a fun time. the rain
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stayed away. it was a beautiful night. it was chilly. as rosemary predicted, we were talking about frozen hands and frozen toes. there is the grand marshal. she is so nice to talk to. >> how are you doing today? you had a quick turnaround. >> yes. >> frank was under the weather and couldn't make it. we certainly missed you. >> it was a lot of fun. you were there first short in spirit. >> it was definitely a family night. we all get together and have some fun. it was very chilly out there though. it is very chilly this morning. that is what we are looking at as we look outside. list of toward san francisco, partly cloudy and mostly clear skies as we get into the evening hours. we have rain in the forecast for tomorrow. let's enjoy sunday, of you hear
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of storm tracker two. we have the north flow in place. back to near freezing and below freezing this morning. we will take a look at those numbers in a moment. hears futurecast. in the afternoon we do have a partly cloudy day in store. that cloud cover is still to the north of us. by about 10 o'clock things start to change. as we get into evening we have a little bit of moisture beginning to pop up. >> drive today somewhat weather for tomorrow. right now it is 31 in fairfield and 31 in livermore. around the bay, upper 30s to low 40s to start your morning. 40 degrees in san francisco. as we get into the afternoon temperatures come up slightly. 60 degrees for concord and the south bay will be 59 degrees.
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there will be an increase in clouds coming up by tonight. i will detail the system coming for tomorrow and a weather storm by the end of the business week coming up. >> thank you. there could be ice raids in the bay area. >> the rates could happen as soon as the next 24 hours. allie is live at city hall to tell us more about that. >> good morning. >> reporter: the mayor has received information for multiple sources that ice is planning in operation here in the bay area that could include oakland. she sent out the statement at about 9 pm yesterday. the first 10 of those hours has already passed. we want residents to prepare, not panic. we understand this is a tactic -- could be detected -- a tactic
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to instill fear. california better hold tight suggesting they would focus a lot of their attention here in our state. this limits the cooperation with immigration authorities. in oakland, police are prohibited with working with ice even for traffic enforcement -- enforcement. the mayor said she does not have any further details about this operation. no information about locations. she says she has been in touch with leaders in nonprofit organizations and immigrant communities to get the people work -- get the word out to the people he worked with. the mayor said she is not available to speak about this until later this afternoon.
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we are reaching out to other political leaders and across the bay areas to see what information they have so that we can pass that along. >> thank you. >> it is 7:04. immigrants in the north bay are speaking out against a policy at the marin county jail. they say they could help ice agencies. posting the release date on immigrants online makes it easier for ice agents to arrest people who have been arrested for minor offenses. inmate release dates are public information and the policy is not meant to help ice agents. the jail started posting release dates on line this year instead of having to request that information over the phone. >> there is a shelter in place order in menlo park. people are encouraging people to stay inside. officers are encouraging people
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to avoid that area. the shelter in place order went out at 630 this morning. we're still trying to gather information. this is a developing story. >> a county firefighter remains in the hospital this morning after being hurt putting out a home for -- fire. the fire was reported at about 1 pm yesterday afternoon. a firefighter was hurt after falling through the roof of that building. other injuries are not considered life-threatening. firefighters from santa clara county and the fire patrol -- had the fire under control after about 30 minutes. there is about $1 million worth of damage to the home. we are learning about the condition of the search and rescue team searching for a missing man. nine teams gathered at yosemite to search for alan chow of oakland. some teams went 10 miles in winter conditions as they
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looked for the man. they spent the night out in the snow. they found him alive and well. is now safe and with his family. san francisco is looking for polling places for the primary for mayor. election department plans that 583 polling places for the primary. there are about 67 short right now. the city is looking for public institutions or residents to volunteer their rec rooms lobbies or any space that is 300 square feet or bigger. today is the final day for the caliph line -- california convention. lisa martinez spent some time with people making their pitch for endorsement. >> opponents tell us what can't be done. we need a governor that says what can be done.>> reporter: candidates make a pitch for governor at the democratic convention hoping to win
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endorsements of the state democratic party. >> they call us the golden state. we can shine again. if we focus on what matters, create more opportunities everywhere. >>ã >> reporter: 3000 delegates voted on endorsement for governor and senator. in a series of caucus meetings and panel discussions took place democrats were united from around the state. >> it is exciting to see so many great candidates. this event has gotten bigger and energized. there is a lot of optimism here. that is very exciting. >> reporter: creating excitement for a number of hot topics brought up including gun control, minimum wage and protection for dreamers.>> that was felicia martin is reporting.
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here's a look at some of the results of the voting, no official endorsements have been given. a state senator from los angeles received 64%. dianne feinstein, 37% report. the top three candidates for governor are lieutenant governor , the state treasurer received 37% of support and elaine easton got 20%. endorsement voting starting yesterday and continues today. we're learning that michelle obama is scheduled to appear at an event in oakland next month. it is billed as a conversation with michelle obama. the tour has not been announced yet but it is part of a lecture series for women. ticket prices begin at $93.50.
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you could go to our website, ktvu.com if you would like more information. there was a chinese new year's parade yesterday. >> the largest parade outside of asia features something for everyone. that is the drum and bugle corps. this was a band. there were also line dancers, floats, dragons and michelle was the grand marshal. families from across the bay gathered to enjoy the street performances.>> it is good to see all these people coming. >> we have had fun with everything so far. the dragon has been the best so far.
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>> this is our first year and were glad -- we are glad that we made it out. 's we will rebroadcast this beginning at 4 pm -- on our website, ktvu.com. this was very smooth. it went off like clockwork. >> we had a great time. >> you are all over the place, right? >> yes i was moving all over the place so i could stay warm. >> coming up next, the democrats has a memo released. that and more coming up after the break. stay with us, we'll be right back after this short break. ♪
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welcome back. good morning to you. this is a live look at san francisco. mostly clear skies to start your day and another freezing start with temperatures in the upper 50s for your afternoon. i will have a look at what you can expect for today and we will track rain for your monday morning. students at a high school will attend a campus orientation. it is the first time students have been allowed back on campus since the valentine's day shooting that left 17 people dead. the orientation is only open to students and parents as part of a phased reopening of the high school. students will resume classes midweek, wednesday. gun reform is the front of
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many people's minds. at a town hall meeting yesterday several key topics when it comes to changes in gun laws were discussed. arming teachers with weapons, a ban on certain weapons and there were some tense moments. >> reporter: people lined up to get into this auditorium. in the past, this room was big enough for downloads. this meeting was about gun violence. >> i believe our government really needs to do something about this. >> reporter: it is time to have a national discussion on gun violence. >> it will be emotional four people. the way democracy works is to talk about it, just like a family. >> in his audience there were people who did not want to hear the other side. >> do support a ban on assault rifles? >> reporter: there were more
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questions about regulations on firearms. we could do exactly the same kind of legislation as we do for the faa. >> why is it so difficult to get this type of weapon band? >> does >> reporter: there is -- he is in favor of the ban on certain regulations. >> the guns get here. the same thing happens in chicago and baltimore. we have less guile and dashed gun violence -- gun violence -- we statistically have less gun violence than some cities. when you start talking about bands and taking things away, that is why people like myself
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have problems with that. if we outlaw this then we have to outlaw that. one teacher stood up to say this. arming teachers is a bs idea. >> reporter: a congressman says that is not the answer. it will be a sad day when teachers have to carry weapons into school. let's get you outside to talk about the weather. it was cold last night. i was watching but you were bundled up. >> i had four layers on last night. it was cold. >> when rosemary tells me to do something i do it. >> i had a dress on at the pre- party. i had a beanie gloves, scarf sweater and a jacket. >> and you are also blocked from some of the cold. >> on the cable core, you can't
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escape the wind. >> you look lovely doing it. like i -- >> thank you. we have warmer weather coming our way and then we see another change for monday. here is san jose. they are starting out in the upper 30s this morning. livermore's 31, below freezing. 39 in oakland and santa rosa is 34. very cold. not as cold as yesterday though. temperatures are up by a few degrees in most areas. here storm tracker to. we have dry conditions for today. if i pull it back, this is a system that will be dropping in and bringing us low snow to the sierra and a little bit of rain to our area. it will hit us just in time for the morning drive to two --
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tomorrow. the roads may be slick tomorrow it may be slow. the only advisory will be a winter weather advisory for the series -- sierras. they are looking at anywhere from a few inches of snow in the foothills all the way to about 18 inches of snow for higher elevations. it will be a nice snow maker. here is a look into sunday night. we will cloud up. the rain is still to the north. as we get going tomorrow morning, it will be a different story with cat -- scattered showers to start your day. it will pull out by the afternoon. not a whole lot of rain will come from this. this is monday night and it is already leaving california. you can see it exiting the sierras as well. for rainfall amounts, about a quarter of an inch. we have a bigger storm coming wednesday night into thursday
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to bring us more rain. that will be a little bit more robust. here's a look at the afternoon highs for today. upper 50s in novato and 55 in san francisco. 60 degrees at oneok conch -- and concord. 50s for santa cruz. not much rain there. here is a look at your extended forecast. temperatures were cool off tomorrow with scattered showers in the forecast. snow levers -- levels will reach 2000 feet. temperatures not much better tuesday or wednesday. we cloud up wednesday night with a better storm coming in thursday and friday. one to two inches of what we are looking at with that storm. >> maybe a wet marches in store. >> keep your fingers crossed. a volcano in hawaii is put on -- putting on a show. people on board a helicopter went on a tour and captured major lava flows surging from that volcano. it is beautiful, isn't it? >> it is mesmerizing.
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>> rivers of lava could be seen moving down the volcano. they are not a threat to nearby communities. concerns over safety hazards lead to thousands of cars being recalled. that and more coming up after the break. stay with us, we'll be right back after this short break.
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welcome back. it is 7:24. berkeley is looking to get into the crypto currency trend. the set of -- city councilman says this will not be bit going. the chronicle reports he is working with the mayor and startups to turn municipal bonds into digital currency. that will allow small investors to help the city raise more money for specific projects. critics say the idea could violate security regulations and it will receive intense scrutiny. the children's discovery museum is reducing admission costs for people with an ebt card. they can get in for two dollars per person. it is called museums for all. that allows more children and
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parents to attend. it is open tuesday through sunday. a new report out finds that middle-aged men are leaving the workforce. the amount of men in the workforce age 25 to 54 has gone down. the study authors believe that the primary cause is middle school work disappearing doing -- due to automation or downsizing. many men don't have a higher skilled knowledge or the customer service ability for
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lower skilled labor. self driving cars without backup drivers inside of them could be on the roads in april in california. according to the chronicle the dmv says regulations for driverless cars could be approved by tomorrow and permits could be issued by april 2. several companies have been testing these cars. if these permits are approved, the companies will be able to use remote backup drivers instead. >> coming up next, the president of mexico calls his visit to the white house rescinded. that and more coming up after the break. stay with us, we'll be right back after this short break.
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if you're heading out to the slopes, that is what you will see, blue skies and 70 degrees around tahoe. there is a chance of snow. i would imagine conditions are not so bad. >> it's 13 degrees oh. that is pretty cold. >> that is not a spring seen. >> good morning. thank you for waking up with us. let's get a quick look at your
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weather. we will go to rosemary. it is cold. >> the rain is coming in. it is dropping from the gulf of alaska. temperatures will not get much warmer. a little bit warmer but then things change and rain moves in monday. here is a look across the bay. we are waking up with mostly clear skies and temperatures in the 30s this morning. freezing at below freezing for many locations around the bay. here is a look at storm tracker 2. mostly clear for today. if i take your eyes north you can see on the north corner of california a little bit of green is popping up. we do have a storm on its way. it's not for today, into the overnight hours and more for tomorrow morning, as you get out the door for your commute. here's a look at your futurecast model. we do remain mostly clear for
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the entire afternoon. in the evening it does start to change. if you have late-night plans, in sonoma county and the coastline is going to moisten up. tomorrow morning we are expecting the shower activity. for temperatures this morning, grab a jacket. 31 degrees in livermore and 35 four concord. to the north bay 30s as well. 36 in napa. low 40s around the bay and 40 in san francisco. for the afternoon, temperatures nudge up just a little bit. take a look at the numbers. antioch is 43 degrees. here is hayward. noticed temperatures only getting into the upper 50s for these bayshore. oakland, haywood, berkeley, it will be a pretty day but cool. i will have a look at the afternoon highs and then we will take a look into the extended forecast.
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there is more than one system coming our way. more on this and just a little bit. the oakland mayor is warning people about ice rates that could happen across the bay area today. >> they issued a statement about this last night. we're live at city hall with more on what the mayor has been warning.>> reporter: in that statement sent out by the mayor's office the mayor says she had received information from multiple credible sources about a planned operation for customs enforcement in the bay area. she said what she thought it was important -- she thought it was important to notify people. i believe it is my duty and moral obligation to give families fair warning when the threat appears eminent. >> is connected -- conducted
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several raids at 7-eleven stores earlier in the year. thomas homan expressed anger over california becoming a sanctuary state. california better hold tight is what the president said. the sanctuary state law limits state -- the states cooperation with federal immigration authorities. last week president trump expressed frustration about the state law saying that he is considering pulling ice out of california altogether. >> we are cracking down on sanctuary cities. they protect. we want our cities to be sanctuaries for law abiding americans, not criminals. >> reporter: that was president trump earlier in the week talking about pulling ice out
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of california. in oakland, police are prohibited from working with eyes. the mayor reiterated that. she said that state law provides -- prohibits ice from going to employee only areas. we are trying to get more detailed information. the mayor is not available and until later this afternoon. we are reaching out to other city leaders to find out what information they have about any possible operations or raids planned by ice here in the bay area. >> hopefully we will hear back and we will check in with you just a bit. a developing story in peninsula -- the peninsula. it is shelter in place. stay inside your home.
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this went out around 6:30 a.m. we are trying to get more information about why people are being asked to stay inside. hopefully we will have more information for you in just a few minutes. fire caused a taco bell to close yesterday. the fire broke out at about 6:22 at the fremont location. insulation and duct work was burning when firefighters arrived. no one was injured. fire damage is damaged at about $350,000. investigators are looking into the cause. the novato police department was shut down after man bought -- brought a pipe bomb into the lobby. a man apparently found this.
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the bomb squad called in and determined the object was safe. the police department later reopened along with a nearby road that had been closed to traffic. after weeks of waiting, there is a memo released about justin's -- justice department surveillance abuse. the fbi and justice department abuse rules to spy on members of the trump campaign. the top democrat says the department investigated the ties to russia before receiving information from a file financed by hillary clinton. >> this will inform the public of the many distortions and inaccuracies in the majority memo. >> we think it is clear evidence that the democrats are not only trying to cover this up, they are also colluding
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with parts of the government to help cover this up. >> the president tweeted the memo is a total political document. one survivor of the parkland, florida school shooting is called -- calling for millennia trump to stop cyber bullying. don't you think it would have been smart to have a convoy with your stepson, president trump before he liked the post about a false conspiracy theory which in turn put a target on my back. he was referring to a viral conspiracy theory who says he was coached by his father who was an fbi agent to speak out about president trump. >> this family has been getting
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death threats because of that. the first lady has not commented on that tweet. supporters of president trump's infrastructure plan says it promised to establish a one agency structure for environmental reviews. environmentalists say that is the wrong approach. >> the states have led the way. they also move toward things like one-stop shopping and concierge services. >> i would never argue for slowing -- slower process. >> one year ago president trump gave the approval to finish the keystone pipeline. it is unclear when it may be completed. there is a preferred day --
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date for military parade. this could have soldiers marching down pennsylvania. the president made the request earlier this month. he was inspired while he was in france after watching a bastille day military display. critics mocked the plan saying it sounds like something out of the cold war. the mexican president has called off an official meeting at the white house with president trump. according to the washington post, he was planning a trip for earlier this month or early march. officials from both countries told the post that he called off the plan after trump would not agree to publicly confirm mexico's position that it would not fund a border wall. north korea is willing to
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hold talks with the united states. that announcements -- amount -- announcement was made before the closing ceremonies of the winter games. the white house is calling the sanctions the toughest yet in response to north korea's nuclear missile program. it has been a calm sunday after united nations security council unanimously approved a 30 day seats fire. three people were killed after the measure was approved. the vote came after 500 people were killed last week by airstrikes and bombings across the country. humanitarian aid will be delivered during the cease- fire. and medical teams will evacuate the seriously injured. oakland may increase affordable housing units.
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the city council recently approved a plan to get rid of a four person limit on live workspaces. the report says a survey of 75 spaces found that many of the buildings have enough room to house up to 15 people. the planning commission will review this before goes back to the city council. a tough day for many students in florida. >> they are being allowed back into their school for the first time since the shooting on valentine's day. the lawyers take on the thunder for the first time in a while. coming up, we will talk about that. jen nine -- that and more coming up after the break. stay with us, we'll be right back after this short break. there's only one place where you can get...
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>> you may be thinking about what you're going to do today. it is a fabulous day. it will be chilly but we have blue skies and stork and dry conditions. i will have your temperatures for the afternoon and we will track rain for monday coming up. toyota and hyundai are issuing recalls for trucks and suvs. toyota says nearly 65,000 2018 tundras and sequoias could have their electronic stability control system shutdown without any warning. and 44,000 of the newest hyundai santa fe's and santa fe sports are being recalled. the company said the steering wheel could break away from the steering column. that is important. owners will be contacted. the body of the reverend
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billy graham arrived yesterday so mourners can pay their respect. he will then lay in honor at the capitol rotunda later this week. >> reporter: a motorcade traveling with the body of billy graham drove 130 miles from a mountain chapel to the billy graham library in his hometown of charlotte. crowds showed up to honor him all along the way. he will lie at the lie prairie monday and tuesday. he will then lie in honor in the us capitol rotunda. that is just the fourth private citizen in history to get that honor. >> reporter: 77 million people saw billy graham preaching in
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person over his 60 year career. 210 million heard him preach on the radio or television. he is the president's pastor. he met with every us president since harry truman. he was a frequent guest of ronald reagan and met with trump in 2014. >> his belief in the power of god's word gave hope to millions and millions who listen to him with his very beautiful but very simple message, god loves you. >> how billy graham changed my life. >> reporter: god's worth within me began in earnest. this was the start of the end of my drinking. i could not have done this on my own. i finally found strength to quit. graham died on wednesday at the age of 99. he will be buried friday in charlotte. 746ã7:40 6 o'clock.
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>> let's talk about the weather. we have another cooldown and a cool start. temperatures are in the freezing category, 30s for inland communities. not quite as cold as yesterday. in any event, you will need a winter coat if you get out early this morning. this is a look across to san francisco, mostly clear skies. we will have a north flow in place and partly cloudy to mostly clear skies to start the day. tonight, changes come away. it has to do with a storm that is dropping in over areas of washington and oregon. this will happen late tonight into tomorrow morning. here is your futurecast model. this is in the afternoon, partly cloudy to mostly clear. the room -- rain remains to the north. we may or may not notice of
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degree or two warmer that it will be today. the rain will begin late tonight and early tomorrow morning. the morning drive looks like it will be slick. all it would take would be it for to skip back an hour or two and we may miss the morning drive. scattered showers for monday. by afternoon it will pull out. the afternoon dry should be mainly dry. over the sierras we have snow coming our way. it will be los snow within advisory in place for tomorrow all the way down to about 2000 feet. vacancy six to 18 inches of new snow. that is great news for all of us. >> here are the rain fall amount expected for us here. it won't be a big rainmaker but definitely enough to make the roads slick and get things wet. we have a stronger storm coming in later in the week. the afternoon highs will be 57
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in novato and upper 50s to low 60s for the east bayshore. antioch will be 60 for the afternoon. mountain view and san jose going to 56 degrees. the extended forecast here, first we will talk about the numbers. the temperatures will cool off as we get into monday. it will be a little bit breezy and we will start the day with wet weather. partly cloudy skies on tuesday. we do remain cool, upper 50s to low 60s in the forecast. clouds will increase by wednesday. we may have a sprinkle. the bigger system is coming in wednesday night into thursday. one to two inches of rain expected there. >> that's a good news -- that's some good news. >> the lawyers got hammered twice but now they wanted to send a message back to the thunder. they won by 32 points. who better to lead the way then
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td himself. this matchup perked up both teams. they exchanged a couple of how do you dues. right before the halftime, they call for a foul. he got teed up. he will be suspended. despite a third-quarter run, this was a finish with a fast break. watch him bring it home. that is your ballgame, 112 to 80. this was a complete-game victory. >> we needed to get the run out. it was a good game. the winter olympics are wrapping up and security is tight. spectators were waving flags
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and taking photos. the closing ceremonies feature parade of dissipating nations and the extinguishing of the olympic flames. >> of anke trump will lead the us allegation. >> we did great. we stood united and we worked together. >> norway set a record with 38 medals, 13 were gold. the united states was in fourth place with 23 metals. the next winter olympics will be in beijing china in 2022.>> i think those of the first city to have both the summer and winter games. a company behind a self driving car once to prevent vomiting in its vehicles. that and more coming up after the break. stay with us, we'll be right back after this short break.
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a company behind a self driving car project once to prevent motion 60. they have technology that will do just that and its future autonomous cars. it would choose routes without stop and go traffic it would also reduce sudden acceleration and the back-and-forth swaying of the vehicle. self driving cars would tell passengers which seats to take to minimize that.
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there applying for patent. there will be a public self driving service in arizona later this year. a librarian retires in style. this is her last day on the job , friday. representatives gave custom jerseys with his name on the back. he announced his retirement in december. one of his most recent accomplishments was working with ed lee to make sure all services are open seven days a week. >> after nearly 40 years of walking each and every day, a lafayette man has gone 50,000 miles. >> very goes. friends and family joined the 91-year-old for his final two
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miles around his neighborhood. his journey started four years ago when his doctor told him that he should walk one hour per day. he started walking in 1978 and he will be 92 tomorrow. he is still walking.>> i started . i am on my way to the third trip around the world. i am proud that the doctor told me to do this. >> relatives say he likes to walk on a trail and, he listens to the carpenters when he walks. >> he is a pistol. >> sit on top of the world looking down on creation. >> happy birthday to him. >> i think he will make his third trip around the world. >> i hope so. i watched him for a good half
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hour and i was exhausted. >> it is 7:56. a warning about possible immigration raids in the bay area. >> we have a message from the mayor. raids could begin as soon as today. that and more coming up after the break. stay with us, we'll be right back after this short break. ♪ team usa to south korea! we can't fly... ...but you know who can? ♪ helping superheroes fly. united.
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this is trying to weekends. >> look at that. it is a beautiful view. those of the channel islands. yes. that is near santa barbara. it is the highest island mountain in the continental us. that is pretty cool. if you want to hike it, you can. you need to get a permit and you have to get there. >> welcome. >> happy weekend and happy sunday.
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more on our weather coming up in a moment. for some headlines. we are watching for ice raids here in the bay area. >> the mayor says credible sources are telling her that raids could happen sometime today. we will talk more about that coming up. students in florida will be allowed back in campus for the first time. >> the voluntary orientation is being held and when officials say classes will resume. thousands of people are filling the streets in san francisco for chinese new year. the parade did not disappoint. it was fantastic and it was wall-to-wall people. i looked people were like 10 deep. is stretched like that through all the city blocks. i think it was a great event. noah disappointment. rosemary said it would be chilly and we layered up. look at those crowds. i did layer up and i was fine. it was cold. >> depending on which street you are on, you were getting
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blown or you were blocked by the building. it was chilly there but not too bad. or the trolley, the wind was blowing pretty good. >> we had special coffee to? >> yes. extra hot. >> another chilly start this morning. the temperatures won't change much for the afternoon. then we will cool back tomorrow. we will also have some rain in the bay area. here is a look at storm tracker 2. you can see some green on the screen. it is trying to enter northern california. that will not impact us today. today we will be dry and temperatures will be in the 60s this afternoon. we will have a north flow in- place. partly to mostly cloudy excuse me clear. here's a look at futurecast. this afternoon, not a lot of change. it will be nice. if you look to the north, it is dropping. for us, late tonight and into
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the overnight hours we begin to see scattered showers pop up. partly to mostly cloudy skies expected with showers a possibility and expected as we get going tomorrow morning. right now temperatures are holding at 35 degrees in livermore low 40s around the bay and 41 in oakland. for the east bay, 34 in alamo. antioch is at 43. are chilly one out there. for the afternoon, upper 50s to near 60 degrees. 55 in san francisco and 60 in concord. tracking that system for tomorrow, the second one to follow. more on that to follow on the extended forecast coming up. there could be ice raids in the bay area. >> the mayor said the rates could happen as soon as the next 24 hours. allie joins us live at city
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hall with more on what the mayor is warning about. >> that statement was issued at about 9 pm last night. we are about 11 hours into the 24 hour. that the mayor was warning about. she said that she received information from multiple credible sources that an operation was about to take place in the bay area that would impact a number of cities including oakland. she said we want residents to prepare, not panic. we understand ice has used activity rumors in the past to create fear. our intent is for the community to go about their daily lives without phil -- fear. she said it was her obligation to warn residents. ice conducted several raids at 7-eleven stores in northern california. that was part of an operation throughout the country. the trump administration's ice
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director expressed anger over california becoming a sanctuary state earlier this year. he told foxnews that california better hold tight suggesting the agency would focus efforts here. here in oakland, police are prohibited from working with ice. in her statement the mayor says she does not have any further details about this operation. no information about precise locations. she has reached out to community organizations and leaders in the area who work regularly with undocumented immigrants to get the message out to them. we reached out to the mayor's office to ask her some questions about this, she is not available until 12:30 this afternoon. we have not been able to speak to her. we have been trying to get in touch with other city leaders across the bay area to find out if they know anything about this operation.
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the mayor says, this could happen sometime within the next 24 hours. advocates are speaking out against a policy at the marin county jail that they say could help ice agents deport people. pro sting release dates make it easier for agents to attack emigrants. the sheriff says inmate release dates are public information. the policy is not meant to help ice agents. the jail started posting inmate release dates on line this year instead of having to request that information over the phone. many communities are being hit by immigration audits. 10 employers in the central valley's were audited within the past week.
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washington is calling for a new visa permit for farmworkers. there would be electronic verifications. the farm bureau says these workers are highly skilled and cannot easily be replaced. it is pushing for legislation to create a path to citizenship . it would be similar to the dream of -- dreamer program. there is an armed suspect in a home. they are encouraging people who lived nearby to stay inside their homes. the shelter in place order went into effect about 90 minutes ago. they are also asking everyone else to stay away from that area. we will continue to follow this developing story and bring you updates as they become available. a county firefighter remains in the hospital after being hurt putting out a home fire. the fire was reported at
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about 1 pm yesterday afternoon. the firefighter was hurt after falling through the roof of that building. injuries are not considered life-threatening. firefighters had the fire under control in about 30 minutes but it caused about $1 million worth of damages. the cause of that blaze is under investigation. we are learning about conditions while searching for man. some teams had to folk -- hike 10 miles. the team spent the night out in the snow. that team says the search was challenging. the man was found alive and well. the city of san francisco is looking for more polling places for the june 5 primary. they plan to have 583 polling
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places for the mayoral primary. they are about 67 short. they are looking for public institutions or residents to volunteer their recreation rooms, lobbies or any space at least 300 square feet and wheelchair accessible. democrats in california are meeting in san diego because today is the final day of the california democratic convention. we spent some time with the candidates. >> my opponents spent a lot of time telling us what cannot be done. we need a governor that says what can be done. >> reporter: candidates make a pitch for governor at the democratic convention. they are hoping to win endorsements of the party. >> they call us the golden state. we can shine again. if we focus on what matters, creating more opportunities everywhere. >> reporter: over 3000
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delegates voted on endorsements for governor senator and other statewide offices. in a series of meetings and panel discussions, united -- democrats were united from around the state. >> it is exciting to see a base that has gotten bigger and so energized in the past year. i think there is optimism here and that is very exciting. >> reporter: creating excitement were a number of hot topics brought up including gun control and protection for dreamers. >> to win an endorsement from the party candidates must get 60% of the vote. here are some voting results. the big talker is about the senate race. no official endorsement has been given. it looks like dianne feinstein will not get it. she has 37% support.
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no endorsement for the governor's race either. currently gavin leads the pack with 37%. elaine easton has 20% of the vote. voting continues today. we're learning that former first lady michelle obama will appear in oakland next month. march 28. it is moderated conversation with michelle obama. a moderator has not been announced yet. is part of a women's lecture series. you can check it out at ktvu.com . people packed the streets along the route of the chinese new year parade. the largest lunar new year
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parade outside of asia features something for everyone. that is the renegade drum and bugle corps playing its version of atomic dog. that was the number one song on the rhythm and blues chart. there were also traditional line dances and floats with dragons. there were famous actresses that were parade marshals. it was cold but people joined in all the activities. >> it's always good to see all these people coming through. >> the dragons are the best so far. >> it is amazing. it is our first year and we are glad that we made it out. >> if you missed seeing that parade in person or you want to experience again, there will be a read broadcast beginning at 4
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pm on ktvu.com. my guess is you will sleep like a rock today. >> you did a great job and it was fun. the democrats have released a memo. that and more coming up after the break. stay with us, we'll be right back after this short break. refresh your home and save at ross.
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if you want to save big on pet accessories, you gotta go to ross. happy sunday. this is a live look from san francisco. mostly clear and cold conditions. slightly warmer this afternoon. we are tracking rain in the extended forecast. more on today's temperatures and the days ahead coming up. today's students from the high school in florida will attend a voluntary campus orientation. it will be the first time students have been allowed back in campus since the valentine's day shooting that left 17 people dead. the orientation is only open to students and parents.
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it is a phased reopening of the school. students will resume classes on wednesday. the debate continues over gun reform. people discussed arming teachers with weapons and a federal ban on certain weapons. here is a look at some tense moments from that event.>> reporter: people lined up to get into this auditorium. in the past, this room was big enough for most town halls. this meeting was about gun violence. >> their lives are ruined by a massacre. i believe our government needs to do something about this. >> it is time to have a national discussion on violence . >> there are strong feelings on both sides. the way democracy works is by talking about it. go there were people who did not want to hear the other side. >> reporter: do you support a federal ban on assault rifles?
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>> we had airplanes invented and then we invented the faa to regulate it. we could do exactly the same thing with gun legislation. >> is >> reporter: there were calls for federal ban on certain types of weapons. >> the congressman says he thinks there should be a ban on some assault weapons. the guns get here. the same thing happens in chicago and baltimore. we statistically have less gun violence because of our legislation. where people can travel and bring guns in, they come here. >> look, we have regulations on guns and i am okay with that. when you start talking about bands and taking things away,
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that is why people like myself have problems with that. we are going to outlaw this and outlaw that. >> reporter: one teacher stood up to say this, arming teachers is abs idea. >> reporter: an idea the congressman says is not the answer to ending guy -- gun violence. back to you. >> it is a:18. we will head over to rosemary for check of the rain headed and -- headed in our direction. >> thankfully. we have rain coming our way. we will not get a lot of rain but the sierras will get snow. they need it. >> yes. we all need it. >> a chilly start this morning. afternoon highs will be on the cool side. today will be dry. across the bay we have a lot of blue skies and the sun is shining. temperatures are cold but not
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as cold as yesterday morning. san jose had a nice start to the day and they are checking in at 42 degrees. livermore is 35. 46 in san francisco and santa rosa is 37. again, we are with partly to mostly clear skies for today. the rain is to the north over areas like washington and oregon . here at home, we have that north flow. it is school. we are looking at the possibility of rain moving in late tonight and early tomorrow morning. if you are going to the sierras, there is an advisory in place for monday. goes until monday night. snow levels will be down to 2000 feet. the higher peaks could pick up a foot to a foot and half. that is great news. if you have a trip to southern california, expect you could
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see a little bit of snow there. that could be impactful if you are traveling tomorrow along i- 5. >> here is futurecast with the rain to the north of us. in the afternoon we are mostly clear. into the evening, things start to change. there is mostly cloudy and some specks of blue. we could see scattered showers tonight but really tomorrow morning it will start the rain. it will be slick and slow. be prepared for that. it is a quick mover. for the sierras it will take all day. as far as rainfall amounts, not so much, maybe a 10th of an inch. the good news is we have a second storm coming in later in the week. the afternoon highs will be in the mid to upper 50s. 57 for hayward and 60 degrees in antioch. upper 50s in the south bay and san jose.
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temperatures will call back as we get into your bay area monday. went to start the day. by the afternoon it is tapering off. dry on tuesday and cloud up against on wednesday -- again on wednesday. >> the sierras are getting a good batch of snow.>> it's a good snow maker for a week storm. >> all right. thank you. hawaii's volcano is putting on a show right now. >> kilauea has been erecting for 30 years. look at these lava flows. there are several live -- rivers of lava. they are not a threat to nearby communities.>> concerns over safety hazards prompt toyota and honda 82 recall thousands of calls. that and more coming up after the break. stay with us, we'll be right
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the city of berkeley is looking to get in on the crypto currency trend. ben barley says this will not involve bit coin.
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the chronicle reports he is working with the mayor and a startup company to turn noticeable bonds into digital currency. he told the paper that will allow smell investors to help the city raise more money for projects like upgrading a neighborhood park or adding equipment to a playground. they say that this could violate security violations and will receive intensive security review. anyone with an ebt card can buy entrance tickets to the museum for two dollars. it is called museums for all. the children's discovery museum is open tuesday through sunday. a new report out of bloomberg finds many middle-age men are leaving the work or -- workforce. aged 25 to 64 workingmen has
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steadily decreased. 97% of men were working following the end of world war ii.>> they believe that it is because of middle scale work disappearing because of automation. self driving cars without backup drivers could be on the roads as soon as april in california. the dmv says regulations for driverless permits could be approved as soon as tomorrow. several companies have already been testing those cars using backup drivers. if these permits are approved they will be able to use remote backup drivers instead. the president of mexico
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calls off his visit to the white house again. >> why he decided not to come for a visit. that and more coming up after the break. stay with us, we'll be right back after this short break.
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>> it is good to have you on board today. let's get you to rosemary for look at your weather. things are changing. bring the rain on. we are going to get rain and sierra snow. here is a look at what is going on outside our doors. we will wake up with mostly clear skies. her gorgeous view. don't let that picture full you. it is cold. temperatures are in the 30s. not quite as chilly yesterday. if you had not joined us yesterday, some valley location dropped into the 20s. here is a look at storm tracker two, mostly clear. the storm remains to the north of us. the rain will begin to fall and i think you will have it tomorrow morning for your monday morning drive. temperatures outside our mostly clear. 37 degrees in santa rosa, 35 in livermore.
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haywood and redwood city, 40 degrees. low 40s and san jose. this is definitely the headline, the chilly mornings. let's take a look at a few more numbers. 41 at belmont. upper 30s in alamo and danville. we bottomed out right at about freezing earlier. 45 in annie burke -- antioch. partly cloudy. a few low 60s. in the north bay, 56 degrees. temperatures will cool off for monday. there will be wet weather coming our way. i will detail to systems in the extended forecast coming up. the mayor is a warning about ice raids that could happen today. >> she issued a statement about it last night. we are live with more on the
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mayor's warning. >> in a statement titled community awareness sent out last night, the mayor says she has received information from multiple credible sources that immigration officials is preparing an operation in the bay area. she thought it might be important to warn residents that may be impacted. i believe it is my duty and obligation to give this families fair warning when a threat be -- becomes eminent. the trump administration and their ice administrator expressed anger over california becoming a sanctuary state. they said california better hold tight. below limits california's cooperation with federal immigration authorities. last week president trump
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expressed frustration about that law. >> if we ever pulled ice out and said let california figured out for themselves, in two months they would be begging for us to come back. you know what, i'm thinking about doing it.>> reporter: police are prohibited from working with ice. she said the law prohibits business owners from assisting ice. we have reached out to the mayor this morning to try to get more information from her. she is not available to talk until later this afternoon. in the meantime we are reaching out to others city and political leaders across the bay area to find out if they know anything about operations. back to you. >> more on a developing dori along the peninsula.
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there is a shelter in place order. people in menlo park should stay inside their homes. that order went out at about 6:30 this morning. we are trying to get more information about why people are being asked to shelter in place. there may be someone held up with a gun in a home. we will have more on that coming up shortly. a fire caused a taco bell to close. the fire broke out at about 6:22 . fire officials say when they arrived they saw insulation and ductwork was burning. no one was injured. no surrounding businesses were damaged. fire damage is estimated at $350,000. investigators are looking into a cause. the novato police department was shut down after man brought a pipe bomb into the lobby. the man found the device and
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innocently brought it to the police station at about 11 am. the device was eight inches long in plastic, a tube with a silver powder inside. you can see the bomb squad there. they were called in and determined the object was safe. the police department later reopened along with a near by road that had been closed to traffic. >> after weeks of waiting, there is a memo released. the republican chair of the house intelligence committee said the trump campaign was being spied on. >> we think this will inform the public of the many distortions and inaccuracies in the majority memo. >> we think it is clear evidence that the democrats are
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not only trying to cover this up, they are also colluding with parts of the government to help cover this up. >> the president tweeted the memo is a political and legal process. the official white house response is that the memo fails to answer concerns about surveillance during the election. one of the survivors of the heartland florida shooting is calling milani it trump to fulfill her standing on bullying. don't you think it would have been a smart idea to have a conversation with your stepson before he liked a post about a false conspiracy theory which put a target on my back. there was a viral conspiracy theory video that says he was
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coached by his father who was a retired fbi agent to speak out against the president. the family has been getting death threats. the first lady has not commented. infrastructure plans could speed up environmental reviews. environmental essay they'd do not agree with that approved -- approach. >> the states have led the way. they often move toward things like one-stop shopping and concierge services. >> i would never argue for slowing -- slower process. >> president trump gave his approval to finish the keystone
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pipeline. it is still unclear when that might be done. the mexican president has called off an official trip to washington to meet with president trump. that decision was made after a tense phone call. he was planning a trip for this month or early march. officials from both countries told the post that he called off the plan after president trump would not agree to affirm mexico's position that it would not fund the construction of a border wall. south korea says north korea is willing to hold talks with the united states. that was made after a meeting before the closing ceremony of the winter olympics. president trump announced new economic sanctions against north korea. these would be the toughest yet
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the city of oakland may change the rules about live workspaces. the city council approved a plan to get rid of a four person limit on live workspaces. reports as a survey of 75 live workspaces found that many of those buildings had enough room to house 15 people. a new parade in oakland called the black enjoy parade. it will wind through the streets of oakland. the parade will showcase the undeniable energy, creativity and excellence of the african- american community. that parade kicks off at 12:30. there will be about 1000 people participating and 40 groups including a motorcycle crew and dancers, requires, stew stages and a poet's corner. it's a big day for students
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in florida. >> they will be back allowed in their school since the deadly shooting. that and more coming up after the break. stay with us, we'll be right back after this short break. ♪ team usa to south korea! we can't fly... ...but you know who can? ♪ helping superheroes fly. united. ♪
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good morning bay area, isn't that a gorgeous start to the day? you blue skies, chilly conditions, not too bad for the afternoon. we will track the rain and extended forecast coming up. toyota and hyundai are issuing recalls for trucks and suvs. nearly 65,000 2018 hondas and sequoias may have their electronic steering shut down without warning. others are being recalled as well. the steering wheel could break away from the steering column. the carmakers say they will contact the owners affected by those recalls. >> reporter: the body of
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reverend billy graham is now at the billy graham library in charlotte, north carolina. he will lay in honor in the us capitol rotunda later this week. brian has more. is >> reporter: a motorcade drove 130 miles saturday from the mountain chapel in asheville, north carolina to the library in his hometown of charlotte. crowds of well-wishers showed up to honor him along the way. he will lie at the library in repose monday and tuesday. america's pastor will lie in honor then in the capitol rotunda in washington dc on wednesday and thursday. he is the fourth private citizen to get such an honor. he is called the world's most prolific preacher. many saw him preach in person. 210 million heard him preach on the radio or on television. he is known as the presidents
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pastor. he has met with every president since harry truman. he met with president trump in 2013. >> his belief in the power of god's word gave hope to millions and millions who listen to him with his very beautiful and very simple message, god loves you. george bush wrote friday, god's worth began within me with billy's outreach. that was a real beginning of the start of the end of my drinking. i could not have given up alcohol on my own. in 1986 i finally found the strength to quit. >> he died on wednesday at the age of 99. he will be buried friday in charlie.>> a full life. 99 years. >> that's get you outside.
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let's join rosemary on what looks like a chilly start but a good-looking day.>> it is a chilly day. bundle up. slightly warmer than yesterday. as we get into the work week we start to see an interesting change. we have rain coming back to the bay area. let's take care of what is going on outside the doors this morning. temperatures range in the low 30s to low 40s for most. san francisco is 46, that is a warm spot. 37 degrees in santa rosa. san jose is 42. we are mostly clear. we have a dry cool slope. you can see the storm that will be dropping in later tonight or tomorrow morning.
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the northern edge of california is getting a few sprinkles. for us it will take the entire day. sunday will be a dry day. this evening we started to cloud up and change just a little bit. if you are going to the sierras for monday, be prepared. there is a winter weather advisory in place all the way down to about 2000 feet that will bring the storm down into the foothills. that includes southern california, i-5 and more. a few inches down to about 2000 feet to 18 inches in the higher peaks. this is futurecast. with zero in on what we will see, mostly clear skies. by late tonight, it will cloud up. a little bit of moisture will pull into the blade carrier -- bay area. it will hit as just-in-time for the morning drive. scattered shower activity and slick roads are possible. it is a quick mover. by the afternoon it moves out of the bay area. the sea area will can -- the
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sierras will continue with snow until monday night. as far as rainfall amounts with the system, not a whole lot. a quarter of an inch or snow. -- or so. we will see how it all shakes out. in any case, it is one and done for monday. another storm moves in by wednesday night into thursday. afternoon highs for today will be 57 in novato. mid to upper 50s for the east bay. the south bay is 58. here's a look at your extended forecast. a cloudy finish to tonight and then tomorrow morning we have rain in the forecast. temperatures will be cooler. partly cloudy and dry on tuesday. a bigger storm is coming in wednesday into thursday. that looks like one to two inches of rain. >> all right. thank you. >> onto sports.
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kevin durant wanted to send a bit of a message back to the thunder and did they. they beat them by 32. who better to lead the way then clay thompson. the perfect assist to durand. the matchup perk -- perks up both teams. right before halftime jimmy green was called for a foul. he didn't think so. he got a little mad and he gets a little bit mad. this one finishes with a beautiful little fast-break. to give, the go, the dunk, see you later. that is gray on the dunker. 112-80. >> they had a great game. >> we finally knock them down. we had to get the run out.
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we just stayed with our game. >> college hoops, sanford wants to dig out of their early-season slump. this one went down to the wire. this wand to read travis. is still came down to that last possession, stanford bite 2. rocky for the win. stamford hangs on for the win and the cardinals are now tied for third place. there was a 58 to 51 loss to washington. washington went into the second half with a 16 run. they have it 2-14 conference record. >> all right we have the preseason look at the dodgers. they grabbed their first win
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after scoring for ones in the fourth inning. here in the fifth, hector sanchez tries to make the team as a backup catcher. he is making a case for himself. mac williamson did the same thing in the six. this was a two run shot. the giants got 9 runs for big night. they will host the cubs later today. >> the a's handled the padres. franklin barreto had a home run . a's will host the royals today in arizona. the winter olympics wrap-up and security is tight. spectators were waving flags and taking photos. the closing ceremony will feature a parade of participation -- precip -- for dissipating countries. >> we did the best. especially when north and south
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korea stood united. we played together. we found that we are the same family. >> norway set a record with 38 metals. 13 of those were gold. the united states was in fourth place. the next winter olympics will be in beijing, china in 2022. i am inspired to do some curling. >> i knew you were going to say that. >> abet a lot of rings start opening their doors. >> the women's hockey game was also a highlight. >> i like hockey. >> earlier yesterday afternoon it was all curling. >> the gold-medal game. it is amazing. >> they become part of your family. then they say were done, we are leaving you. >> anyway, we move on.
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and if you want it all for a fraction of what you'd pay elsewhere, you gotta go to ross. a company behind self driving cars once to prevent motion sickness in their vehicles. they say they have technology that will do just that in its future autonomous cars. the technology would choose routes without stop and go traffic to spare passengers. it would also reduce sudden acceleration. self driving cars would tell self -- sensitive passengers which seats to take. they are applying for pat meant -- patent. they plan to launch the service later this year in arizona. a library and retires instyle. the public library -- tweeted
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photos of his last day. he had custom jerseys with his names on the back. >> the library says it's -- his accomplice meant was -- accomplishment was to make sure that all libraries were open seven days awake -- a week. a lafayette man walks 50,000 miles. he did that yesterday. >> there areas. friends and family, 100 strong joined the 91-year-old bob valentine for his final two miles around his neighborhood. his journey started 40 years ago when his doctor told him that he should walk one hour a day if he wanted to see 60. he started walking in 1978. he was 52.@92, he is still walking.>> i started my third
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25. i have finished 50,000. i am on my way to the third trip around the world.>> i'm probably not going to make that one. >> i would not count this guy out. he says he prefers to walk on a nearby trail in lafayette. by the way, when he walks he listens to the sweet sounds of karen carpenter. >> on top of the world. >> i think that is a common way to take a lap or two. when he smiles, it is infectious. he seems like a really cool guy. >> he has four kids, 14 grandkids, five great grandkids and another one on the way. everyone was there saying you go, bob, go. >> all right. we do have a warning about up
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possible immigration raid. >> that message from the mayor. people living in oakland as raids could begin as soon as today. ♪ they're super... ...but they can fly. ♪ united. helping superheroes fly.
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this is morning sun 2. weekend. good morning to you. taking a live look outside, it's beautiful. >> it's beautiful. >> a fog bank or a cloud bank? the elevations, i don't know. >> that would be 1000 feet? >> we are having a meteorology lesson right now. >> that is a little bit of low clouds mixed with sun? >> gorgeous. we are on this is mornings on 2. let's have some headlines
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on this sunday. i'm frank mallicoat and we have possible ice raids all around the bay area. >> oakland's mayor said she's getting information from multiple credible sources that said the rates could happen today and we will have more coming up. students from marjory stoneman douglas high school will be allowed back on campus in florida for the first time. >> we will have the latest on the voluntary orientation being held at the school and when classes will resume once again. as expected, thousands filled the streets of san francisco for what was a spectacular chinese new year parade. >> it was a great parade and did not disappoint. we come out every year and it's always exciting. there were a lot of different things and it was interesting to talk to everybody. michelle is the international film star. she was a pleasure.
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>> you can bring the whole family. >> it is so san francisco. >> beautiful. and you did a great job. >> i had to watch on tv. >> it is a big ktvu family fun night for all of us. sorry you had to work. >> most of us were just dancing around and having fun. a look at what is going on for your fun day sunday, mostly clear skies and a chilly start and into the afternoon, temperatures won't be bad, slightly warmer and it will be warmer as warmer as we get into monday with big change is coming. here is a look at stormtracker 2 with a little bit of cloud cover right around mount diablo and for the temperatures, we
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are rebounding. we had sunk into the 30s but livermore, 41, 46 in santa rosa and 40s and san francisco and hayward. still a chill in the air or if you are thinking about getting outdoors to walk your dog or go to brunch. 41 in alamo, 48 in pittsburgh. giving you a look at what you can expect, we are in the low 40s this morning and upper 50s for the afternoon. hayward, san leandro, fremont and berkeley, nice weather with upper 50s and upper 50s in san francisco, 59 and san jose and it will stay nice, relatively speaking. it is still winter, after all. storms pulling in to bring more rain and sierra snow and i will detail that with the second system, coming up. the oakland mayor, libby schaaf, warn people about possible ice raids that could happen as soon as today. spec issued a statement last
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night. we have more on the warning. >> reporter: the mayor said she had received information from, quote, multiple credible sources that ice and customs border protection was planning in operation in the bay area that would impact cities like oakland. we are in fruitvale and san antonio neighborhoods, but what the mayor said was that she sent out a statement about operations and raids being imminent, she said, quote, we want residents to prepare, not panic. we understand ice has used activity rumors in the past as a tactic to create fear. our intent is for the community to go about their daily lives without fear but with resiliency and awareness. what was your reaction when you heard about the mayor putting out this morning? >> we appreciate the information. that is something we know and we've been living through for years in the city of oakland. for me, it is a message to be
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prepared to know your rights and if you have to get your green card or visa card, you better get up and do it. the reality is to protect our children, that is the bottom line, be prepared. >> reporter: what are your constituents saying this morning? there may be people undocumented or with friends and loved ones that they are concerned about. what is the level of fear about the warning last night? >> it's been here for a number of years and next door to me and across the street and down the street, i've had this coming through. i think this is how we work and we traveled. we are aware and at the end of the day, many of us have been here for a number of years. i just wrote a letter in support
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of someone that has been here for 30 years and trying to get his green card and visa card, all his children are dartmouth graduates, uc berkeley graduates and doing extremely well. the bottom line, i appreciate the information and it heightens the awareness, but at the end of the day, the people i'm about to speak with, right now, they are trying to get green cards and visa cards and that is important. they've been here for long time. anything drawn -- donald trump did or ronald reagan, developing an amnesty program, it came out of the republicans and i would support that wholeheartedly. there are other issues in this country regarding public safety and jobs that we need to focus on and those that have demonstrated in many ways that they can be productive citizens, we ought to be able to create a vehicle to get there.
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>> anything that city leaders like the mayor and yourself, anything you can do if a rate is imminent and something happens? >> we have to understand that immigration is a federal policy, a federal action. what we can do is provide information to make sure that the local authorities where i paid my taxes and oakland, that we will provide safety. we need to understand the policy and not to be in full corroboration with ice. >> reporter: oakland police cannot assist federal immigration authorities in any way, not even traffic enforcement? >> i agree but the reality is that we have individuals that are homegrown u.s. citizens as well as others that have come in and pray on our immigrant communities and this is an example where we live today. taking you to home depot, it i know that they are praying and they are knowing that you have
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cash and they know you will call the police and they know that you will become victims, that some of you are in this country. >> councilman noel gallo in oakland speaking with us about the notice by is she -- the notice by libby schaaf issuing a warning to residents that there are credible sources. they may be planning some sort of operation in the bay area and oakland sometime today. back to you. >> meanwhile, immigrant advocates are speaking out about this. they could help with advocates posting the release dates online, making it much easier for isis agents to target immigrants that may have been arrested for a minor offense.
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according to the dependent journal, inmate release dates are public information and the policy is not meant to help ice agents and they said the jails post the release dates online and instead of requesting it, it could be over the phone. many communities in the central valley are hit by an increase in immigration audits. in agriculture group said 10 agribusiness employees in the central valley were audited in the past week and this comes as proposed legislation calls for a new visa program for farmworkers that would mandate electronic verification systems that identify workers living in california illegally. they said workers are highly skilled and cannot be easily replaced and now they want to create a path to citizenship for farmworkers already living in the states and it would be similar to so-called dreamer or daca programs. we are following a developing story in menlo park. police are giving us information about what caused them to order
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a shelter-in-place in the 1100 block of sevier avenue. they were called there after getting a report of seeing a person firing and assault-type rifle in a backyard of a home in that neighborhood. here is a live scene of the street. you see a crews are from menlo park and some s.w.a.t. vehicles down the street past the yellow tape. they said a person with a gun was upset about a loud party in the area and fired at least one shot. >> no one was hurt but officers are asking people that live there to stay inside their homes. they asked everyone to stay away from that area until they can resolve this and investigators believed the person in the house is still there or the person who has a gun is still there and they have a search warrant and are trying to obviously resolve the situation and remove illegal firearms. we will follow this developing story and bring updates as they
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become available. santa clara county has a firefighter in the hospital after being hurt putting out a four -- putting out a fire. it was reported about 1:00 yesterday and fire fighters were hurt after falling through the roof of the building. the injuries are not considered life-threatening and fire fighters had that fire under control at about one half hour, but it caused over $1 million of damage in the home and the causes under investigation. we are learning about conditions that a rescue crew crew faced looking for a man in yosemite park. they gathered to look for alan chow of oakland. some of them had to hike as far as 10 miles in winter storm conditions as they look for alan chow in the wilderness above hetch hetchy. he spent the night out in the falling snow and 18 said -- the team said that it was challenging but rewarding because he was found alive and
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well. the city of san francisco is looking for more polling places for the mayoral primary. they plan to have 583 polling places for the primary in the city but they are about 67 short and they are looking for public institutions or residents to volunteer the rec rooms or lobbies or any space. it has to be well lit and wheelchair accessible. today is the final day of the california democratic convention and there will be no official democrat endorsement. here is a look at the voting results. it is about the u.s. senate race. incumbent dianne feinstein won't get the party's endorsement and only received 37% support. kevin de lesn, from los angeles, got 54% and he needed 60% to get the official endorsement. there will be no endorsement in the governor's race. currently, gavin newsom led with 39% support.
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former state schools superintendent dave easton got 20%. michelle obama will appear in oakland next month. was billed as moderated conversation with michelle obama. the moderator has not been announced, just yet and it's part of the women's lecture series and ticket prices begin at $93.50 and you go to ktvu.com and click on the web link for more information. people packed the streets along the route of the chinese new year parade in san francisco. it is the largest lunar new year parade outside of asia and one of the only parades in north america and this little one was a crowd stealer. the drum and bugle corps played
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atomic dog. that is number one on the rhythm and blues charts from 1982 and we had a lot of traditional things including dances and dragons and stars and musicians. really, everything you could possibly want was there. >> it's amazing. it's always great for everybody coming. >> we've had everything, so far. the dragons are the best. >> it's amazing. our first year and we are glad we made it out here. >> if you missed the parade in person or want to experience it again, we have a full rebroadcast of the coverage beginning at 4:00 this afternoon on ktvu. >> you know, i think it was amazing that everything -- how it could be different as so many things stay the same.
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they are trying to promote stem with young women and girls and we had amazon and salesforce and tech companies joining in. the warriors had a float. >> it's the most organized parade i've ever seen. you could see that watching from home. i was home last night. so much fun. a good time. a big town hall style meeting to discuss gun reform happened yesterday afternoon. >> up next, we take you inside the middle school gymnasium for that conversation that got very heated at times.
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good morning and happy sunday. a live look into san jose and off to a cool start. a relatively mild finish, upper 50s to low 60s and warmer than yesterday with change is coming . if you go back to work on monday, you may need your umbrella and i will explain, coming up. students from marjory stoneman douglas will attend a voluntary campus orientation and it's the first time they been allowed back on campus since the valentine's day shooting that left 17 people dead. the orientation is only open to students and parents as part of the -- as part of a phased
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opening of the school. students are expected to resume classes on wednesday. the debate continues on gun reform. in lafayette, people discussed arming teachers with weapons, tougher gun regulations and bands on certain weapons. here's a look at some of the tense moments from the event. >> reporter: people lined up to get into the middle school auditorium and this room was big enough for congressman -- the congressman to have a town hall but this was about gun violence. it was planned before the school shooting that killed 17 people in florida. >> i believe our government needs to do something about it. >> they said it's time to have a discussion on gun violence. >> it will be emotional. there is strong feelings on both sides. the way democracy works is to talk about it like a family. >> reporter: there were people who did not want to hear the other side.
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do you fully support a federal ban on assault rifles? >> there were questions about regulations on firearms. >> they will regulate it and we have commercial travel by air and everybody seems to enjoy this and we can do the same kind of legislation around weapons. >> reporter: there were calls for a federal ban on certain weapons. >> why is it so difficult to get this? >> the congressman is in favor of a federal ban on certain weapons, despite california having some of the strictest gun laws. >> the guns at get here. same things when chicago and baltimore look at this, we used less gun violence here and the research says it's because of the policies, in part. in a big country where people can travel and carry these guns in, they come here. >> look, we have regulations on guns and i'm okay with that. when you start talking about things being taken away, that's
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why people have problems because it is a slippery slope. aiello this 'n that? >> yes. >> reporter: the biggest applause came after this. >> arming teachers is abs idea. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: the congressman said it's not the best way to end gun violence. >> it will be a sad day. >> ktvu but fox2 news. let's get you outside. too heavy weekend and weather- wise, kind of chilly. >> let's get a look at the things that are changing. a week or two ago, we thought it might actually rain on the chinese new year parade and we managed to have a dry weekend but then for your sunday, it will be a dry day and warmer in the afternoon and then we see change is coming as we get back to work on monday with a weak system followed by a stronger system. let's take a look at what is
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happening. a gorgeous start with blue skies over the east bay and a lot of blue skies to go around with sunshine in the forecast and the clouds pull in and then eventually the clouds will drop rain and here's a look at stormtracker 2. we are mostly clear with temperatures off to a chilly start and not as cold, but lowering into the 30s and freezing in many spots with stormtracker to showing the system bringing rain and snow to washington, oregon and northern california. it takes the entire day before it sinks into the bay area. today will be dry with rain not moving in until late tonight or early tomorrow morning with the winter weather advisory not only for the sierra. i want to mention i-5 along the grapevine in southern california could see snow because the snow levels are dropping all the way down to about 2000 feet as we get into your monday.
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a few inches possible in the sierra foothills and that is good news. when it comes to the rainfall, we aren't likely to see a lot but there is a second system coming and that is good news. for sunday afternoon, partly cloudy to mostly clear and into the evening, things get more interesting with clouds in place and a little bit of rain popping up over sonoma county and maybe along the coastline and into the overnight, it shifts in and if it remains on track we wake up tomorrow with scattered showers in the forecast for our morning drive. by the afternoon, it is out of here and quick moving. then, we are done until wednesday or thursday and on monday morning, we start wet with a dry finish and then for rainfall amounts, anywhere from .1 inches to .3 inches or .5 inches for higher elevations. the sierra snow is definitely going to be good on this one
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and a look at the temperatures, we are beginning to rebound. widespread 40s with low 40s in livermore and 47 in the north bay and 41 in san francisco. into the afternoon, mid-50s, 65 in san francisco, antioch and north bay and for the south bay, 58 and we have the extended forecast with temperatures cooler tomorrow and scattered showers for the first part of the day. dry on tuesday, increasing clouds wednesday and then we talked about this briefly a little while ago, 1-2 digit inches with a neck storm. >> when was the last time we had 1-to digit inches of rain? >> wow, it has been a long time. the end of january? >> thank you, rosemary. one of the most active volcanoes is putting on a show. >> kilauea has been erupting for about 30 years but usually in small spurts and these were
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lava flows caught by people on a helicopter doing a tour of the area. you can see that is more than just a little bit. rivers of lava can be seen flowing down the volcano and officials say it's no threat to the nearby community. >> pretty cool to watch it. >> as long as no one is in danger, it's awesome. coming up, prepare to see self-driving cars on some bay area roads. >> a new set of regulations could allow more autonomous vehicles to hit the road.
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captions paid for by the fox broadcasting company live from atlanta getting ready for the annual quick trip 500. fox sports from atlanta motor speedway where it rained earlier in the morning. you can see the air titan jet dryers are out. the rain has stopped for the moment. more rain in the forecast. as the radar indicates. we're trying to dance between the green and hope we have enough to get the race started and the drivers when they went to the driver meeting earlier went over the ground rules. martin truex jr., defending champ of the sport mtd last week's winner and the poll sitter for today.
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we're on the scene to bring you closer to it all. the hollywood hotel track side just to get a better view. >> you only have five wins. >> together we all have eight. >> that's zero for zero there. thanks for bringing that up. it's completed it. halfway. we're scheduled for 500 miles in this. we'll keep you updated on this and they're hopeful, optimistic they can get it in. there's a much bigger challenge for drivers even though they're scheduled for this week versus last sunday. >> last week tires weren't even an issue. a lot of teams were doing gas
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and gos. these tires are going to be worn down to the core. >> yeah. last week it was restricted pack racing. the cars were restricted and then you race in packs. today it's unrestricted and we're track racing because the track is probably your biggest competitor today when we start this race. >> and you control it and you always tell me drivers are creatures of habit. you have routines. nascar has the ability to move the start of a race. >> just a minute i had to eat my baloney sandwich a little bit earlier but today these guys have to eat their pasta a little bit earlier, work out, maybe ride their bike. go for a small jog. these guys are so -- their routine is so different than ours. the biggest thing be i wanted to be sure, i had my lucky uniform on.
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that's all i cared. >> they are turning themselves into athletes, the way they train and the focus and competition is. to me that does change my focus. i think that some drivers when they start this race because they've been thinking since friday of when this race is going to start. since this morning they knew, yeah, it's moved up a little bit earlier but with the delay, now all of a sudden that changes everything. not just what you're eating and the foods in your body, what this track is going to be like. i think some will handle that better than others. >> we already knew the track -- the tires, the track they give up, all of that, we already knew all of that. now you throw in the track has been washed, had a pretty hard rain. washed all of the rubber off of that. how is that going to affect my car? are the tires going to wear out quicker? >> this is the third oldest track behind dover and california in terms of the surface and a lot has been said about the driving -- we might need phil swift to come out with
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flex seal. i know drivers are anxious after 27 cars were involved in crashes last sunday at the daytona 500. the headline following daytona, numbers don't win races, drivers do. we attach them famously together. the 3 in victory lane was a great story but all week talked about how austin dillon did it. after further review that austin dillon deal in over time to win it wasn't clean. >> throughout the race we saw a lot of blocking towards the end of some stages. aric almirola moves to the outside. austin dillon, one moved left, one moved right. i thought this was an amazing racing incident. amazing because it's for the daytona 500 and you're going for it and i think these two were both trying to maintain their position. the 3 of austin dillon trying to get position and the 10 trying to hold that lead. >> austin dillon didn't have anything to do with that. it was the 3 car.
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>> blame the car. >> it's really unfortunate to see aric almirola end up in the wall. he's won on a restrictor track before. he was in great position to get the daytona 500 win. when you see the outcome of what happened, he was obviously very devastated. >> that first move he made he moved into the lane that had the push, that had the energy. the outside lane was fast. the 3 car was there. he moves over to get that draft. >> exactly what he should have done. >> but the 3 had such momentum that he gave him the nudge. it made his car go to the right and then when the 3 touched him on the right side of the bumper, that's what spun him around. >> aric thought, i'm going to block the lane and break the momentum. i'm going to go side to side. help the 11, help the 3 and have those two side by side and he would come home free to the line. unfortunately he got a little bump before he got to the turn.
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>> and in a very vulnerable position not only on the rear bumper but on the transition from the straightaway into the corner. not quite loaded up. you see the car dancing around a little bit. so any little nudge or touch right there is going to send the car around. >> this is a risk/reward business. he could have wrecked as well at that moment with that move. >> oh, sure. you never know. you take your best shot. that may not be a good way to put it but you take your best shot and hope for the best and it worked out great for austin. >> instincts are kicking in at that moment. instincts of i want to win the daytona 500. if you're the 3 of austin dillon, i've got a huge run. i have a perfect position to get alongside the 10 of aric almirola. >> i don't want to do it. >> if that's what it takes, i'm not going to regret everything that i can possibly do to try to get this win. >> hypothetical. >> i don't think he intentionally -- by the way, he did not intentionally try to
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wreck him. >> because of in love with the 3 car and the leg fwa si of dale earnhardt, what if it was the 18 of kyle busch and that was the car that did the move to wreck almirola and win, don't you think the outcry would have been different? >> well, i know one thing, if i was aric almirola, well, i'm probably going to get wrecked. >> he might have known it halfway down the back straightaway. i wouldn't have analyzed that any differently with the 18 but i do think the reaction from the media and the fans would have been slightly different because it's kyle busch. >> i think drivers under estimate the competition sometimes. i've got to think aric almirola looked in his mirror and said that's austin dillon in the 3 car, he's going to push me, he's going to help me. >> that's his car today, kyle busch. you're not yourself when you're hungry or running the daytona 500 in front. >> you've won the daytona 500. would you have done the same thing austin dillon did in that situation? >> yeah. i mean, because he had a great run and, you know, he moved left
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and eric moved left and the next instinct is to move to the right. if he's going to block me left, i've got to move to the right. you know, and you can't lift. that's the thing, on the last lap you cannot lift and that's just restrictor plate daytona racing especially for the daytona 500. >> you do things you regret after you do them. i mean, literally, i know that austin wanted to win that race. aric wanted to win that race. first time in that 10 dar. he's got a shot at winning the race. here's austin dillon driving the famed 3 car. he couldn't have a better setup. i always think about when things like that happen, i was so happy that i won that race and at some point i think maybe i should have cut the guy a little slack or done something different. >> i don't think mark martin would have done that in that situation, do you agree? >> no. >> why is that? >> that's because he's a gentleman. there's always been gentlemen's agreements. i know i said this to -- >> holds true? >> old school. the leader always has -- you
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respected the leader. you cut him a little bit of slack. he was the leader. now a darks not so much. >> well, yeah, i'm going to respect the leader right up until he blocks me left. >> right until you're the leader. >> and i've got the big run. again, when it's for the win and there's no race bigger -- you know, that -- >> it shouldn't matter which race. >> when you're racing for the win and that leader blocks left, to me you're -- you're going for it no matter what. >> no, respect just to wreck. >> well, some days these days in restrictor plate racing -- >> do you think that austin dillon would have been as classy and understanding as aric almirola was if the roles were reversed? >> i don't know if i've ever seen anybody handle that kind of a devastating loss as well as aric almirola. the entire field i don't know if anybody would have handled that the way aric did. >> i think that must have been a really hard hit when he didn't
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realize what had happened. >> we plan to talk with austin dillon. coming up, the driver of the 10 car, aric almirola who handled that moment as he is headed into the hollywood hotel. we're live at atlanta. he'll join us here to talk with you in just a moment. leave the door open for him. thank you. oh, that's lovely... so graceful. the corkscrew spin, flawless... ...his signature move, the flying dutchman. poetry in motion. and there it is, the "baby bird". breathtaking. a sumo wrestler figure skating? surprising. what's not surprising? how much money heather saved by switching to geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. putting off vehicle maintenance? we've got you covered. the highly trained technicians at jiffy lube do more than just oil changes. we also exchange transmission fluid, rotate tires, and more, all in a jiffy.
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thanks for being with us. we're on the nascar fox pre-race show live from atlanta motor speedway. you can see with rain in track and the dryers out it will be a couple of hours easy if even
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then with rain in the forecast they can get this race scheduled for 500 miles in after a great doubleheader of racing yesterday. we'll update you as we roll along. the advantage of being here at the hollywood hotel with jeff gordon, darrell waltrip, i'm chris myers. we get to bring in drivers. >> man, we needed you. >> smithfield for aric almirola. thanks for being with you. classy comments after a very devastating moment that we all watched at the daytona 500. i bet you were anxious to get back in the car and race here in atlanta. give us your mind set right now how you're handling this delay. >> come on. go away, rain. i figure the quicker we race atlanta we'll have something new to talk about. it's been a tough week kind of reliving that over and over and over. it's one thing to go through it in the moment and be, you know, devastated in that moment, but then you hurry up and want to look forward but then everything else wants to still look backwards. >> we'll get out of the way as quick as possible about this
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incident and the moves happening on the back straightaway last week. >> yes. >> been analyzed all week long. >> sure. >> i can't wait to get your perspective on it. i thought you did everything right, but i am curious, the first bump when you moved left and austin came and hit you in the left side of the bumper, kind of squared up maybe more left. i'm curious how in control were you at that moment? >> not much. our -- all week long you saw our cars moving around a lot when we were getting pushed and we saw a lot of big wrecks from just, you know, untimely pushes, and right there my main focus on that restart was just keeping up with the 11. i wanted to stay on his door. i felt like i did everything on the restart. i got to the lead. i blocked him right there and i got hit. i got pushed over and i couldn't hold onto the second one. but i was going for the daytona 500 win. i wasn't going to let him have it -- i would have been sick to my stomach if i would have just
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pulled over and let him and the other cars drive by if i would have finished second or third or whatever and not made the effort to block, you know? i knew they were coming with a big run. i knew it. my spotter told me but if i would have just stayed on the bottom and let them drive around me, that would have been hard to live with. >> so i'm just curious, in that moment is that because it's the daytona 500 or would you do the same thing for any win? >> we can go to talladega and daytona in july. you're coming to the last lap, you're trying to win the race. i want to win. i want -- i want to get the trophy, i want to get my team to victory lane, i want to get my sponsors to victory lane. yeah, in that moment you're going to do everything you can to try to win the race. >> first time in the 10 car so you had to be thinking i'm going to be winning the biggest race of my life. >> i actually did. i regret thinking that now. i remember looking in my mirror going through one and two and seeing them side by side and side drafting each other. i kept thinking, i hope you guys do that for about 3/4 of a lap
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more and we're going to win the daytona 500, but unfortunately it didn't work out. >> have you heard from austin dillon? talked to him? he texted me about 2:00 in the morning when he was probably drunk. >> feeling about it. >> drunk and celebrating and having a good time. he texted me and -- >> obvious compassionate in that moment. he was. congratulations to those guys. sometimes you can't just -- you can't fight fate. for it to be 20 years to the date that the 3 car won and all of those things adding up, it was a great day for our sport. it was a great day for that team but i was a little envious that we weren't the ones in victory lane, i can tell you that. >> it wasn't austin dillon, it was the 3 car. that car did it. >> aric, let's kind of talk about atlanta. you have a teammate that dominates this race. >> oh, gosh, he's incredible. >> what have you learned? how's your car? what do you think once we get going? >> i think our car is good. our car is not awesome.
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it's not the best car. i think our car is good. i think we can be competitive and run up front. we've gotten to look at some of our notes from our teammates. i feel like the 14 and 41 are so good. kevin is so good here. he's so disciplined. he's got just a feel. he knows exactly what he's looking for and you know him. you've been that way at certain racetracks. you just show up. you go to martinsville, you know you have to race jeff gordon, doesn't matter if you have a good car or bad car, you know you have to race jeff gordon for the win. that's how kevin harvick is. he can make his car do things that i haven't figured out how to do yet. >> he's only one. >> don't worry, the rest of the field hasn't figured it out yet either. >> what does it feel like to go in all honesty like the petty team, first class, top of the line, best equipment available. what does that transition feel like? >> it's a tale of two worlds
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really. i went from a team that was quite frankly a mid-tier team, didn't have all of the money and resources necessary and richard said it himself. for years and years that i was there he always told me, we're going to go, we're going to do the best we can, but we raced as a family operation there. and, you know, i think when you look back at the sport over the years, when guys like rick hendrick and roger penske and gene haas and these guys come into the sport, it changed the playing field of the entire sport. and you went from having family-run businesses to billionaire's playgrounds and so -- >> well put. >> -- talk about jeff gordon. >> so i think really when you look at it, these guys, rick hendrick, roger penske, gene haas, joe gibbs racing, they race purely for fun. this is an ego thing and they're going to spend the money it takes to have fast race cars. and it was run more like a business at rpm and i enjoyed my six years there. it was an opportunity that i'll
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forever be thankful for. and it got me to where i'm at today, but, you know, when you look at the resources we have, we had 65 employees there. i walked into stewart-haas the first day, 385 employees. >> in irony, the 43, bubba wallace comes in second. he's joining us here. it still comes back all around. viewers, race fans want to know after the rough crash at kansas, you've worked your way back. you said at daytona the recovery program put you in such conditioning that you continued that after you were healthy that it's really helped you overall. >> yeah, it has. i have always enjoyed working out and trying to stay fit. i cycled for a while, then i kind of took some time off when i had kids. it was really hard to be gone four days a week and then come home and tell the wife, hey, i'm going to go off for two hours, three hours on the bike, have fun with the kids. so for a while there, you know, i took some time off from cycling but still tried to stay in shape. now that the kids are in school
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i have all of the free time during the week that i've really been back at working out and riding my bike, trying to stay in shape. >> i know that was one of the first things that went through my mind when i saw you go into the wall at daytona, how is your back. we saw what a tough, devastating crash you went through last year at kansas. >> yes. >> from what i understand, that compression fracture, you're a little shorter now. >> i am. i am. >> that's just the chair adjusting. >> i am a little bit shorter now but not too short. i'm still 6 foot. >> still tall. >> yeah, the vertebrae actually compressed in half. >> wow. >> so they said if i was 60 years old or 70 years old -- >> easy. >> talking about dw now. >> or 80 or 90. >> old guy with a bad knee. >> i have gray hair. but, yeah, they said if i was older they would do something called typoplasty. they take a needle and put a
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balloon inside the vertebrae and blow it up. they put something like rubber cement to make it solid again. >> wow. >> they said with me being young that that wasn't necessary, that it would heal up on its own and i would be shorter. >> you're just 33 years of age. you mentioned your kids. i know after that moment just to go back how classy you were when the microphone was in your face after the daytona 500 with our questions and comments. how were you able to hold it together and not just scream out, you said you were devastated. i know you talked about thinking about your kids, you're a father out there, let's run the interview for people that -- >> oh, come on! >> this is important because i -- and you can assess yourself how you handled this. i think we were all impressed. i don't know if many of us -- if you could have handled it this way. >> i don't know how you did it myself. >> oh, my heart is broken. so devastated. i thought i was going to win the daytona 500, vince. just disappointed. i wanted to get smithfield to victory lane, i wanted to get ford to victory lane.
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everybody, you know, put so much into me and my career and with this switch over to stewart-haas racing this off season and i couldn't have thought of a better way to start off the new relationship with stewart-haas racing than to go to victory lane at the droif, baytona 500. unfortunately that wasn't the case. unfortunately i ended up in the infield care center. i'm definitely devastated but the beauty is there's always next week. we'll go to atlanta and try to go win with smithfield and ford there. >> aric almirola, so close but ends up tenth. >> we're here this weekend. >> the composure. >> well done. >> how do you hold that? >> you could have screamed and yelled like a lot of us would have. >> it's twofold. one is there was nobody with a camera at my car when i got out on the back straightaway. >> okay. >> there was a little bit more anger over there. >> so i had the ambulance ride to the infield care center to calm down. >> you were okay. >> i had the time in the infield
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care center to calm down. my boss, tony stewart, came in the infield care center and gave me a big hug and told me he was proud of me. he said, when you go out here do as i say, not as i do. go out here and do the right thing. i was going to anyway, but, you know, it crossed my mind as i was walking out there to do the media, my kids are back in my motor home waiting for me to get back there. i'm sure they're watching tv. do the right thing, you know, be a good role model for them and at the same time, use this opportunity to talk about the positives. you know, we were going for the win. we were getting ready to win the daytona 500. we had a lot of corporate executives from smithfield there. obviously they -- you know, they've invested in me and making the switch over to stewart-haas racing. to have their support and the support from ford motor company, i wanted to make sure i got that in there. that's important to me. in our day and age, the sponsors and the manufacturer supports
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are what makes this go around. i wanted to use that opportunity to talk about the positive and not focus on the fact that things didn't go my way. >> you have to be proud of yourself. you had to be pretty happy as a driver that you put yourself in a position to win our biggest race. >> i was. you know, i think for me, you know, when i look back on it, i've replayed that a million times in my head like what could i have done different to win that race. it's a big race for all of us. i grew up as a kid in tampa, florida, two hours away. i've been going to that race since i was a kid. to win the daytona 500 would be the ultimate. to have myself in that position and literally be a half a lap away from winning the daytona 500, i was proud of that. for it being my first race with stewart-haas racing, they took a chance on me to bring me over there to drive their race car. to be able to be that close to producing a win already felt really good. >> well, we have a clip from tony stewart that --
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>> we've got lots of clips. >> it was that time. >> figure 8 jumping -- >> i don't know which one but tony being candid, which we all love. >> logano down to block stewart. stewart trying to get through and underneath. >> tony, what angered you at the end of the race. >> what the hell do you think i was mad about. some little [ bleep ] runs us down to the infield. i'm going to bump his -- >> i knew that's exactly what he was talking about when he said do as i say, not as i do. but -- >> it was great to see the late steve byrnes there with him as well. >> that's funny. >> certainly tony driving again. you have to have some personality. you have to stay within the boundaries of what's the real you. >> yeah, absolutely. >> what is it like being with smoke? we've all competed against him. we know him and we see these interviews. what's it like when you're
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behind closed doors with tony stus stewart? >> it's awesome. the thing that i love about it the most is he's a racer. he loves to race. he went and raced a sprint car race last night in the panhandle of florida. that's all he wants to do is race and he gets it. i mean, he's two years away from being in one of these cars. he knows what we're going through. he knows the challenges. he knows, you know, everything that as a driver that we're up against. so he's -- he's -- you know, he's in tune with exactly what we're talking about. >> i know that -- >> do what he does behind the wheel and just do what he says off the track. >> tony and richard, richard was telling bubba, don't wreck my car. tony stewart said, just bring back the steering wheel. >> he actually did. he told me before the race and you just actually made me remember. before the race i had already wrecked in the 150.
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j jimmie blue a tire. saturday in the xfinity race we wrecked on the back straightaway. so on sunday he said, i'm not going to tell you to not wreck my car today. all i'm going to tell you is get to the end. if you get to the end do whatever you have to do to try to win this race. >> so i know that gene haas and ford are very happy with tony stewart and his role and what he's done and has helped take stewart-haas forward. glad you're part of it. thanks for spending time with us. we wish you a lot of luck. you're always welcome to drop by. >> but not when it's raining. >> i want to give you a hug. >> a half hug. >> will she give me her prayer versus now that she's not going to give them to dale jr.? >> we'll sure talk about them. >> we're going to talk with bubba wallace. >> there he is. hey, bubba. we have to give him a moment to warm up. he'll be joining us. it will be great to join us here live in atlanta in just a moment. thanks again. out things.
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